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    Anyone use reusable snack bags.

    I'm using way too many plastic zip lock bags and am curious if they are any good. What brand do u use?

    I use the 'cherub baby' food pouches and love them...just don't over fill them or they explode hehe. They don't make snack bags though.

    Any thoughts?

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    What are these snack bags you talk of? I use way too many zip locks too.. They have to be big enough to put a sandwich in right?

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    Sinchies have just recently started selling reusable snack bag and sandwich bags along with their pouches. I love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim85 View Post
    What are these snack bags you talk of? I use way too many zip locks too.. They have to be big enough to put a sandwich in right?
    https://www.sinchies.com.au/product-...ch-snack-bags/
    These are the ones ive found and I'm leaning towards getting them

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim85 View Post
    What are these snack bags you talk of? I use way too many zip locks too.. They have to be big enough to put a sandwich in right?
    https://www.sinchies.com.au/product-...ch-snack-bags/
    These are the ones ive found and I'm leaning towards getting them

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Sinchies have just recently started selling reusable snack bag and sandwich bags along with their pouches. I love them!
    I didn't like their pouches. I had several explode all through the kid's lunch boxes.

    I would mind with snack bags. Its not liquid stuff Ill put in them.

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    Check out shop naturally on line. I have some very similar bags that I bought at a market and I've been using them for 3.5 years now. They're awesome.

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    I just use containers instead of snap lock bags. I have a variety of shapes & sizes.

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    I might be a cheapskate here, but where possible, i wash and reuse the snap lock bags. I haven't looked into any of the proper reusable ones.

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    I use a yumbox so I don't need to use snack bags or little boxes but I've seen some cute reusable snack bags on etsy.


 

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